Chemical Bank gives back to community
Published 9:34 am Wednesday, October 14, 2015
Employees of Chemical Bank spent Columbus Day (Monday) volunteering on a variety of different projects throughout Michigan, including in Berrien and Cass counties.
More than 2,200 Chemical bankers partnered with local organizations to work on over 230 projects ranging from helping to beautify city parks and schools, to spending time at senior centers, leading financial lessons in classrooms in addition to a variety of other activities.
In Niles, several Chemical bank employees spent the day beautifying the grounds at Eastside Connections School in Niles and boxing up books for donation to Better World Books at the Niles District Library.
These are just a few of the many community activities that Chemical Bank worked on across the state on this day.
“We are excited for another Chemical Bank Cares Day opportunity and look forward to actively supporting the communities where we live, work and play,” said Todd Obren, senior lender of Chemical Bank. “Chemical Bank employees are eager to volunteer with community partners while enjoying a successful day of giving back to the communities we serve.”
Chemical Financial Corporation is the second largest banking company headquartered and operating branch offices in Michigan. Chemical operates through its subsidiary banks, Chemical Bank, The Bank of Holland and The Bank of Northern Michigan, with 187 banking offices spread over 47 counties in Michigan. At June 30, 2015, Chemical had $9.0 billion in consolidated assets, $7.0 billion in consolidated loans and $7.3 billion in consolidated deposits.